If you’ve got data to analyze, chances are you’ll be using Google Analytics—at least in part—to do it. Google wants you to use their tools, though, so they offer plenty of free resources to help you gather up data, understand it, and analyze it to make better marketing decisions—and drive revenue.
“I am not in marketing, but in my current capacity, it made look at things from a different perspective. The way I see it is it is indispensable for anyone dealing with people, and being in IT consultancy, how to get their buy in in programs and projects, and how to promote ideas taking into account the people component. ”
It’s never happened to me personally, but my cousin worked at Timmie’s when she was a teenager and said it happened all the time. This gesture really took off after the movie Pay It Forward she explains.
As a supplement/follow up to that article, I read this great eBook where content marketing specialists share their advice on how to go about Content Marketing. I found it very useful and entertaining. The book is called ‘Best of Branded Content Marketing’ and I believe it’s published yearly!
Wow, this is an overwhelming list of content management tools and techniques. Your ebook on The Content Marketing Pyramid will be my next read. Squarespace isn’t on your list and it seems to be getting good reviews for a website builder or CMS tool.
With search still driving the majority of visits, leads and sales for most businesses online, I believe that even marketers who outsource their SEO need to understand different types of customer behaviour when searching to help develop strategies for getting visibility AND creating content and messages to help meet consumer needs.
Having a strong online presence is a crucial component of your marketing strategy, no matter what size your business is or what industry it belongs to. And while building your online presence can be time consuming and frustrating, it’s not something to be taken lightly.
Using Dr Dave Chaffey’s approach, the Digital Marketing Planning (DMP) has three main stages; Opportunity, Strategy and Action. He suggests that any business looking to implement a successful digital marketing strategy must structure their plan by looking at opportunity, strategy and action. This generic strategic approach often has phases of situation review, goal setting, strategy formulation, resource allocation and monitoring.
This list is amazing, I just shared it with the guys at my team. I already use WordPress, Wistia, Google Analytics and Canvas, but I’m sure to give some of the other tools a try eventually. Of course I’ll start using Buffer soon!
Many business owners have a false impression about the way that the internet and social media work. While it’s common for large websites or popular social media business pages gained their massive followings organically, this is almost never the case.
John Chow was able to grow his blog from $0 revenue to more than $40,000 per month in just two years, working only two hours a day. Today, his blog is one of the biggest blogs on the Internet, welcoming more than 200,000 active daily readers and followers. His blog is ranked number 16 on the AdAge Power 150 list and number 1 in the list of the Top 50 Canadian Internet Marketing Blogs.
This “Introduction to Analytics” course is a great starting point for marketers looking to understand what the field of analytics is all about and how to apply it to a variety of and situations. If you’re looking to go beyond the very popular marketing spreadsheets, this course is perfect for you.
This is one of the best SEO tools out there! Use it to find broken links on your site and generate an XML formatted sitemap. You also have the option to export your data into a downloadable spreadsheet.
Placements — Choosing this you can target people that visit specific websites. Let’s say that you sell Macbook Pro Accessories and know your potential customers read Macworld.com. You can tell Adwords to show ads only on this website. To make the targeting even better you can combine Targeting Preferences. What this means is that I can show ads to people who read Macworld.com and read articles that contain the keyword “Macbook Pro Accessories”.